Foreword Reviews announced the winners of its annual INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards for the best indie books of 2014 and John Carpenter’s Asylum won silver in the graphic novel category.
Press Release Horror graphic novel publisherStorm King productions announced today their nationwide convention schedule for 2015. Products and creators behind their premiere title John Carpenter’s Asylum will be on hand at all shows.
Press Release Storm King Productions announced today a plethora of convention news and show specials surrounding their booth (#2029) at this year’s New York Comic Con.
Press Release Storm King Productions announced today the graphic novel release of their six issue horror comic series John Carpenter’s Asylum. There will be three versions of the book, including a limited run collectors’ edition, only available through the publisher, a hardcover edition (ISBN 978-0-9853258-8-6/SEP141622) in time for the holidays, and a softcover version (ISBN 978-0-9853258-7-9/AUG141656) that will hit stores in October.
Looks pretty good to me. How many of you will be buying this one? Batman captures the Joker to Arkham Asylum only to find out that its a trap. Now faced with hordes on criminally insane, Batman must find a way to escape and recapture the Joker.
The Source posted a smattering of pages from the next installment of Superman/Batman #62, which arrives in stores next week.Â I like the pairing of Supergirl and Robin, and as a big fan of the Blue Bettle series, I really dig on Rafael Albuquerque’s art.
I loves me some Paul Dini, and I loves me some women of Gotham City, and I’m really looking forward to next week’s Gotham City Sirens written by Dini and Guillem March.Â DC Comics shared a sneak peek of the issue, that you can see after the jump.
Woot!Â Woot?Â (chirp) Rev up your excitement meter, because the biggest Bat event of the season is here, as anyone and everyone is stepping up to fill the boots of the man that saved Gotham City more times than that other guy.Â Wow!Â This is going to be the bestest thing in the world, right?Â Yeah… about that…
Wait, Iâ€™m still reading this? Donâ€™t know how it got into my pull pile this week, but Batman Confidential once again slipped into my weekly bag of goodness, which means I buy it, I read it.Â And in many cases, I review it on this site.Â The most recent arc in Batman Confidential features The Joker causing all sorts of hijinks and giving no end of trouble to the police and to the Batman.Â In this concluding chapter, we not only find out how Batman keeps the Joker at bay, but also the point of this Confidential arc.
Man, now I wish I hadn’t given away all those HeroClix.Â Suddenly I think they’ll be that much more valuable, especially if Topps decides HeroClix aren’t viable in the long run. Press Release The Topps Company announced today that WizKids will immediately cease operations and discontinue its product lines. Scott Silverstein, CEO of Topps, said â€œThis was an extremely difficult decision. While the company will still actively pursue gaming initiatives, we feel it is necessary to align our efforts more closely with Topps current sports and entertainment offerings which are being developed within our New York office.â€ Upon notifying our
Image Comics’ imprint Shadowline is expanding the Definitive Ted McKeever collection to include McKeever’s Eisner-nominated Eddy Current story. McKeever’s EDDY CURRENT begins with its titular hero confined to an asylum until a mail-order Dynamic Fusion Suit allows him to escape and pursue his dream of saving the world. This definitive edition continues the tradition set by volume one, TRANSIT, by featuring EDDY CURRENT as never before with the complete, re-mastered story and many never or rarely seen pieces. The black and white The Definitive Ted McKeever Library, Volume 2: Eddy Current arrives December 17, 2008 and will sell for $34.99.
Itâ€™s really too bad that I havenâ€™t had the time to write a review for each of the Jokerâ€™s Asylum issues as they came out, but now that Iâ€™m getting back into the groove, I might as well follow up yesterdayâ€™s review of Jokerâ€™s Asylum: Scarecrow (released last week), with a review of this weekâ€™s concluding issue in the series; Jokerâ€™s Asylum: Two-Face.
Though not surprising in the slightest, I was pleasantly happy to see Two-Face Year One in this weekâ€™s pull lists. I was however surprised that it was only a two parter, but then I found that it was 48 pages long, and â€¦ needless to say, as a big Harvey Dent fan, Iâ€™ll be looking forward to buying this in TPB. But for the moment, weâ€™ve got 48 pages worth of Harvey Dent to review, and I was once again pleasantly surprised with how this turned out.